Morality in Artificial Intelligence
Date: Wednesday, September 29, 2021 | 03:30 pm - 04:30 pm EDT
615 Chapel Drive
Durham, North Carolina 27708
Learn more & Register
The intersection of computer science, philosophy and neuroscience is perhaps the most fascinating destination today for artificial intelligence researchers. Should AI adhere to the same moral principles as humans? If so, how do we successfully program it? If not, what moral code should AI follow? Join us for an overview of the social and ethical implications of artificially intelligent systems and how we can keep them accountable to our morals.
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Chauncey Stillman Distinguished Professor of Practical Ethics, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
Vincent Conitzer, Professor of Computer Science, Economics, and Philosophy, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences
Jana Schaich Borg, Associate Research Professor, Duke Social Science Research Institute
Over 5,900 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Atlanta metropolitan area
Over 2,600 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Baltimore area
Over 6,700 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Boston metropolitan area
Over 4,700 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Charlotte metropolitan area
Over 3,900 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Chicagoland area
Over 12,750 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Washington metropolitan area
Over 2,500 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Houston metropolitan area
Duke New Jersey
Over 4,500 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Garden State.
Duke Northern California
Over 9,100 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Bay Area
Over 21,500 Duke Alumni building a community of impact in the Triangle area
Over 16,000 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the tri-state area
DAA Event Refund Policy
Event Cancellation by Sponsor
The Duke Alumni Association (DAA) reserves the right to cancel an event due to low enrollment or other circumstances which would make the event non-viable.If DAA cancels an event, registrants will be offered a full refund. Should circumstances arise that result in the postponement of an event, registrants will have the option to either receive a full refund or transfer registration to the same event at the new, future date.
Registration Cancellation by Participant
Unless specifically stated on registration materials, the deadline to receive a refund for your registration is 5 business days before the event. Cancellations received after the stated deadline will not be eligible for a refund. Refunds will not be available for registrants who choose not to attend an event. Cancellations will be accepted via phone, fax or e-mail, and must be received by the stated cancellation deadline. All refund requests must be made by the attendee or credit card holder. Refund requests must include the name of the attendee and/or transaction number. Refunds will be credited back to the original credit card used for payment. These above policies apply to all DAA Events unless otherwise noted in the corresponding event materials. Please read all individual event information thoroughly.